Nwabue v. Suny at Buffalo/University Medical Services et al
||Rogers A. Nwabue
||Suny at Buffalo/University Medical Services, John Yeh, M.D., Roaeanne Berger, M.D. and Jane Harszlak, PhD.
||March 1, 2010
||US District Court for the Western District of New York
||William M. Skretny
|Nature of Suit:
||Civil Rights: Jobs
|Cause of Action:
||42:2000 Job Discrimination (Age)
|Jury Demanded By:
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|December 14, 2011
DECISION AND ORDER GRANTING Plaintiff's Motion to Vacate with respect to the addition of University Medical Resident Services, P.C. and DENYING it in all other respects; GRANTING Plaintiff's 17 Motion for Leave to File a Missing "Exh ibit A" ; DENYING Plaintiff's 18 Motion that the Clerk Certify Fact to the U.S. Attorney General as irrelevant to this action; GRANTING Plaintiff's 19 Motion for Leave to File an Affirmation; DIRECTING the Clerk of the Court to re- open this case; GRANTING Plaintiff Leave to File an Amended Complaint against only UMRS within 30 days of the date of this Order; AMENDING this Court's prior 14 Decision and Order consistent with the foregoing analysis; DIRECTING, the Clerk of the Court, upon the filing of an Amended Complaint to cause the United States Marshal Service to serve copies of the summons and the Amended Complaint on University Medical Resident Services, P.C., without requiring payment from Plaintiff. Signed by William M. Skretny, Chief Judge U.S.D.C. on 12/12/2011. (MEAL)
|October 31, 2011
DECISION AND ORDER GRANTING Defendant's 4 Motion to Dismiss. Signed by William M. Skretny, Chief Judge U.S.D.C. on 10/30/2011. (MEAL)
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